Ladies lower hem lines are still being joked about, as is the political parties, and legionaires who have been invading New York. A South American enters to bring good will and talk about the culture south of the hemisphere. Jerry Fielding leads his orchestra in an arrangement of, Smiles.
Known for his trait as being a worrier, Jack Parr looks at people who were once famous. What ever happened to them? For example, Priscilla and John Alden get a dose of the housing shortage and baby boom.
How would modern pop culture look for them? Might Miles Standish sneak into the picture for a steamy love triangle? Time runs short, so Jack stops the story. Will we ever learn what our players are up to these days? Trudy Irwin sings, I Wonder What You’ll Do.
Jack takes a poke at the Brittish lifestyle. How close is the BBC broadcasts to the kind of programming on American stations? Spoofs of various daytime programs are made. A call for the oldest women in the audience is made. Will stand, and be spotlighted?
After a spoof commercial, Jack takes us to a radio quiz show. Will his grand prize be legal?
Notable quote: For the first 18 years of her life, Trudy Irwin was a girl.